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ngâh2ŋɤhpro3SG-divineCampay ngai panốh, ma campay ngâh bưih vi. Cáh o ma ado ngâh acho.They call her ‘wife’, but it didn’t have a wife. Not good but for such dog (considered divine).Replaces may ‘you’ or do ‘it’ in referring to people or spirits considered divine.9.2.3Pronouns
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par–át parchapər.ʔat pər.caːnbehaviorInhơ par–át parcha campay….As a result of the wife’s behavior….NMZR use of par-
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parchapər.caːneatingDo hôm par–át parcha campay lư partát.He saw that his wife’s behavior was very good.Found in expression par–át_parcha ‘behavior’.
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poipɔːjvgive daughter (sell) in marriageA–ám poi acay.Father gives away daughter.A–ám poi acư campay.Father gets me wife.
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tacloitaklɔːjvttie up, bindTốq inâh vi rit tatóung tacloi campay coq ngâh tumóung alứng cayâq.Hands or feet together.cfcalloi7.5.4Tie
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tangcóngtəŋ.kɔŋnmarried manNám tangcóng cốh vi campay.If a married man, then has a wife.cftangcoang
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táq cha ama aputaʔ caː ʔamaː ʔapuːphmake a family; have childrenCốh do dyeal Rutơ táq campay do anha táq cha ama apu.Then he took Ruth to be his wife and they made a family.
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tardyaihtər.ʄaːsn.kinsister-in-law, wife of wife’s brotherTardyaih cốh campay alếh.Sister-in-law is the wife of a brother-in-lawWBW(m.s.)cfalep1alep2 14.1.9Kinship
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tarleptər.lɛːpn.kinfemale-cousin; spouseLâyq iplốh, “Tốq mo cayâq may,” lâng “Tốq mo campay may,” ma plốh, “Tốq mo tarlep may?”One doesn’t ask, “Where is your husband, or where is your wife?” but “Where is your cousin?”Polite to ask, where is your tarlep rather than ‘husband’ or ‘wife’
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tarpíhtər.pihvtsteal; take awayDyê ngcốh át pe, poan pêl ape ính tarpíh campay achít.After three or four meals, they wanted to steal No.10’s wife.Cốh ngéq cantóuh akeaih idứh tarpíh píh xâr.Then all of the nine were trying to beat each other climbing.6.8.9.1Steal
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tư lưtɯː lɯːexpfrom then trulyIliêh táq iliêh kixúng acay campay tou, loi iliêh cloi, iliêh yóung tư lư.They went back and fought, went back angry with their own children and wives; they went back and tied, went back and hung them from then truly.Short for tư_ngcốh_lư. 3.5.1.3True
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tu1tuːnprisonI–át tu tôi nnâh yông acay campay, iyư….Staying in this prison far from children and wife, remember….syncrálcfkhúc
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tua1tuənlastDo pi parnai te tôm tốq tua.He told the matter from the beginning to the end.Inô ntra do ân campay tôm pứq, campay tua két.In the past the first wife was chief, the last wife was small.Fig. of wives8.4.5.1.4Last9.6.1.1And, also
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túc itúctuk ʔitukexpconfused; disturbed; troubled; perplexedCantóuh akeaih idứh túc itúc dáng abóh campay achít.The nine brothers milled around at No.10’s wife’s place.Like large number milling about; like too many thoughts to choose between.
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xuasuəvtseek, look forNgeq ngai xua proaq iên bôn práq icheam acay campay.Everyone looks for work in order to have money to support wives and children.synvayhpl dial.: véihvéihnomi: parvéih; recp: tarvéih; redup: vivéih véihcfxapsit: pôc xap7.6.1Search
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acay pôngʔakaj poːŋn.kinfirstborncftanditôm2spec: campay tômtuhatuloiqpl dial.: tulouiq, parlouiq4.1.9Kinship
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lâyq pheplɤjʔ phɛːpvsimpolite; insolent; immoralEuphemism for immorality, e.g., adultery.antphep1sit: o phepsyntapiêngsit: tapiêng campay/cayâq; sit: tapiêng talưi; recp: tarpiêngcfparrouiheuph: lâyq phep4.3.7.1Impolite
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nnúngʔən.nuŋnfamilyCayâq nnúng.Husband of the family.Restricted to use with husband.cfabóh 3campaycpart: cayâqpadúng
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parrouihpər.rṵːsnfornication; adultery; any kind of sexual sinDo kếh hôi ngai parrouih. Parrouih axâq cáh vi lư inô ntra kếh ikếh ngai tông parrouih a axâq ín thét, thét a–i át thét par–át a–i íh vi parrouih amâh.They can fornicate. There wasn’t adultery in the past so like that they said adultery is wrong, wrong for mother to stay, wrong to stay together with mother. There wasn’t any fornication. (meaning is unclear).cflâyq pheptapiêngsit: tapiêng campay/cayâq; sit: tapiêng talưi; recp: tarpiêngtarríheuph: lâyq phep; sit: acay tarríh ‘illegitimate child’
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pay yâqpaj jɤʔnwife and husband coupleCou do tumóung táq proaq eih parnưng dúng arâq pay yâq nnéh.Because he made his living sewing tents like this couple.Short for campay_anha_cayâq.
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pôngpoːŋnfirstborn childcfacay tandicampay tômcpart:cayâq nnúng
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